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This means artists are left to take health risks at the same moment they’ve been hit with even more financial uncertainty than usual, said Franz Gürtelschmied, a Vienna-based tenor.
To address that, the data science team created new contextual classifications of content, including the emotional tenor of a story, topic targeting and the motivations that audiences felt after reading an article.
The move was widely expected, given the tone and tenor of the reports that had piled up dating back to last year, but it might be more noteworthy than a typical resignation.
Soon after, while seated next to a fellow tenor at rehearsal, he learned that TWC was looking for an executive director.
Short and thin strings produce high pitches, which we hear as tenor and treble notes.
The tenor dies; the prima donna appears to do the same, but the libretto consoles you by declaring that she only swoons.
PHYSIOLOGY OF THE OPERAJOHN H. SWABY (AKA "SCRICI")
The Seven-score and four on the six middle Bells, the treble leading, and the tenor lying behind every change, makes good Musick.
TINTINNALOGIA, OR, THE ART OF RINGINGRICHARD DUCKWORTH AND FABIAN STEDMAN
These Rules (leaving out the Tenor) serves for five bells; and leaving out the fifth and Tenor, they serve for four bells.
TINTINNALOGIA, OR, THE ART OF RINGINGRICHARD DUCKWORTH AND FABIAN STEDMAN
In the metal of the tenor several coins are visible, one being a Spanish dollar of 1742.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
He passed them by, and haughty tenor and swaggering basso again took heart of grace.

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